Re: GPS Flight Computers

Steve Aerospace
 

Hardly an original idea though is it:

and not even a minor mention or credit.

Steve G8KHW / AJ4XE



On 4 Jun 2016, at 19:05, 'L. Paul Verhage' nearsys@... [GPSL] <GPSL-noreply@...> wrote:


Chris emailed the results of the automated jewelry box I designed for him.

Enjoy

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From: "Chris Hillcox" <chrishillcox1@...>
Date: Jun 4, 2016 11:24 AM
Subject: RE: GPS Flight Computers
To: "L. Paul Verhage" <nearsys@...>
Cc: 

Hi Paul, check this out. Thank you very much for the servos :-)



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Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2016 11:15:56 -0700
Subject: GPS Flight Computers
From: nearsys@...
To: chrishillcox1@...

I have three flight computers you might be interested in. The largest is designed to use GPS receivers right from the get go, without modification. Here's its link, http://nearsys.com/catalog/balloonsat/extreme.htm. You need to purchase a BASIC Stamp for this one, consequently, it's more expensive.

The second needs a slight modification to use a GPS. Here's its link, http://nearsys.com/catalog/balloonsat/easy.htm.

The BalloonSat Mini Servo flight computer is similar to this one, http://nearsys.com/catalog/balloonsat/mini.htm. The price should be about the same. 

Do you have a GPS receiver you could plug into the flight computer, or are you looking for one of those also? The GPS receiver I sell has a link here, http://nearsys.com/catalog/nearspace/gps.htm.

Let me know which seems to be the best for your purposes.

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Dr. L. Paul Verhage
Near Space Evangelist




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